Tash Sultana is this generation's Santana.
That’s the feeling that many get when they listen to “Jungle,” Sultana’s breathtaking single that landed the 22-year old her first hit on both the Australian and Billboard charts. That hit, as intoxicating and trippy in every way that Santana and Jimi Hendrix did it back in the day, shouldn’t be the song that defines this up-and-coming indie rock goddess.
What should define Sultana is her discipline to her craft. She has over 10 instruments under her belt, and she puts all of them to good use in her music. It was this gift for creating music that gained her a following on social media. She started uploading videos in 2016, and before she knew it, she had over a million followers tuned in to her modern hybrid of psychedelic, indie and reggae rock. That same year, Sultana’s debut EP, Notion, won her a J Award for Unearthed Artist of the Year.
That’s a huge accomplishment for a young artist who chose to resist the whims of mainstream music, and more great things are on the horizon for the Australian indie rocker. Now that she’s made a name for herself Down Under, and have found a road to the Billboard charts, Sultana is looking to expand her fan base, and what better way to do it than to go out on tour?
Starting in March, Sultana will trek through North and South America, bringing her psychedelic vibes to some of the best theaters on both continents. Here's the complete itinerary and ways you can get tickets to see this young musical genius in person.
Remember that all dates and venues are subject to change.
March 14 -- Mexico City -- Auditorio Blackberry
March 17 -- Buenos Aires, ARG -- Lollapalooza
March 18 -- Santiago, Chile -- Lollapalooza
March 24 -- Sao Paulo, BRA -- Lollapalooza
April 14 & 21 -- Indio, CA -- Coachella
April 16 -- Pomona, CA -- Fox Theater (Click here for tickets)
April 18 -- San Diego, CA -- The Observatory North Park
May 18 -- Gulf Shores, AL -- Hangout Music Fest
May 19 -- Houston, TX -- House of Blues
May 21 -- Austin, TX -- Stubb’s
May 22 -- Dallas, TX -- House of Blues
May 24 -- Vancouver, BC -- Malkin Bowl
May 30 -- Portland, ME -- State Theatre
June 1 -- New York, NY -- Governors Ball
June 2 -- Philadelphia, PA -- The Fillmore
June 4 -- Cleveland, OH -- House of Blues
June 5 -- Baltimore, MD -- Ram’s Head Live (Click here for tickets)
June 7 -- Raleigh, NC -- Lincoln Theatre